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Turn your thinking upside down: begin with the business model

The creative impulse is such that, when struck by new inspiration – an idea, mood, theme, characters, or a story – suddenly your mind buzzes a million miles an hour, urging you to dig in and put it down on paper while the creative muse is with you.So, it no doubt sounds counter-productive when I [...]

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Epiphany: making creativity work financially.

Obviously I completely abandoned this blog long ago, but I’ve decided it’s time to start over with weekly updates. I’ve moved beyond being a struggling “writer” to being a writer/director/producer, and even “CEO” of a new entertainment company. (Mind you, all it costs is about $500 to start up a company and call yourself CEO, [...]

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